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Chinese Goose Farmer Enjoys Swimming With Goslings On His Back

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You can’t imagine ducks and geese learning to swim, do you? I haven’t executed it, but I can wonder if you chuck a little goose into the water, it just floats just like a tennis ball.

To learn to swim is an incredible memory in childhood for certain people. One can execute this dream and equip oneself with the art of swimming with the helpful aid of arm floats.

It is pertinent to mention that, gees do not have floats. They just need to step off into the wild water and are trained in their youth by their parents. Luckily these young goslings had a human trainer with them.

 

A goose farmer on May 20th showed his goslings and ducklings the technique to dive whilst making them stand on his back for the first time.

The 28-year-old farmer hailing from Tumxuk City in the Xinjiang Uyghur Autonomous Region of northwestern China, took his birds for a dive in the water, and he also kept on encouraging the birds to learning diving from him.

 

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While sharing his experience Aini stated to local media that the goslings and ducklings were swimming and it was their first time in water and the first attempt to learn diving. ‘They seemed frightened, that was the reason they wanted to crawl onto my back,’ he further added.

The mother goose can be seen floating alongside and was also observing her little ones attentively as the little birds begin kept on floating off on Aini ‘s back, this seen could be clearly seen in Aini’s TikTok video uploaded on his profile. When he paddled across the shallow water, the little buddies also crawled along with him and covered his back.

The clip soon after it was posted went viral on social media, looking to attract more than five million views. On his TikTok page, Aini frequently posts videos of his birds trailing him around, as he tends to the farm. He has now more than 34,000 fans on TikTok.

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